ISI Journals: Good Thinking

For over half a century, thoughtful readers have looked to ISI's journals for inspiration and insight.

The Intercollegiate Review

The Intercollegiate Review is the magazine for liberty-loving students across America. This full-color publication offers accessible introductions to the principles of liberty; the inside scoop on what's really happening on the nation's college campuses; original features by both top scholars and student journalists; interviews with prominent professors; classic quotations on liberty; the best of film, TV, books, and the Web; and much more.

The IR is a complimentary benefit of ISI's student membership. It is available to the general public by paid subscription. The magazine is published twice during the academic year, in the spring and fall semesters.

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Browse past issues of the Intercollegiate Review in the Journal Archive

Modern Age

Editor: R. V. Young

Modern Age has been America's leading conservative quarterly for more than a half century. The journal has been dedicated to “conserving the best of our civilization" since the great conservative thinker Russell Kirk founded the publication in 1957. Focused on issues both timely and timeless, Modern Age serves up a feast of essays, reviews, and poetry each season.

The principal quarterly of the intellectual Right." —George H. Nash, author ofThe Conservative Intellectual Movement in America since 1945

Browse past issues of Modern Age in the Journal Archive


If at all possible, articles and reviews should be submitted as e-mail attachments, preferably as Microsoft Word documents, to crashaw@juno.com. If this is not possible, manuscripts, as well as review copies and all other editorial correspondence, may be sent to the editor at the following address:

R. V. Young, Editor
Modern Age
5 Gateshead Drive, #205
Dunedin, FL 34698

Poetry should be submitted to David Middleton at davidmiddleton@charter.net.

Modern Age does not ordinarily publish unsolicited book reviews.

ISI no longer publishes the Political Science Reviewer.

The Political Science Reviewer is published twice a year, in the spring and fall. The first issue (volume 40) will be published spring 2013.

Subscriptions are $10/issue ($20/year) domestic and $15/issue ($30/year) international. 

Subscriptions can be mailed to:
The Political Science Reviewer
Box 157
Oneida, PA 18242

Questions can be directed to:
Joseph S. Devaney
President and Editor
68Devaney@cardinalmail.cua.edu
Phone: 570-582-5162

The Political Science Reviewer is an independent foundation incorporated in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania.